Acer Nitro N50-610-EM11 Gaming PC w/ Core™ i5-10400F, 8GB, 512 SSD , GTX 1660 Super, Wifi + BT, Windows 10 Home

MX00113462 Nitro N50-610-EM11 Gaming PC w/ Core™ i5-10400F,  8GB, 512 SSD , GTX 1660 Super, Wifi + BT, Windows 10 Home
MX00113462 Nitro N50-610-EM11 Gaming PC w/ Core™ i5-10400F,  8GB, 512 SSD , GTX 1660 Super, Wifi + BT, Windows 10 Home

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Tuesday, December 08, 2020
By: Samiul H
From: Calgary NW

Nitro N50-610-EM11 Gaming PC w/ Core™ i5-10400F, 8GB, 512 SSD , GTX 1660 Super, Wifi + BT, Windows 10 Home

Strengths:

It has performed astoundingly thus far and appears equipped to serve me for both gaming and work purposes for years to come. If anyone is curious about specific games: - Valorant runs flawlessly - Fortnite runs very smoothly and upwards of 144 frames but I cap it at that (expect it to be able to run 180-190 uncapped on competitive settings) - warzone runs very smoothly (but taking the limited storage into account I would recommend not downloading warzone unless you have external storage) I'm still trying others but I don't expect any less than exceptional results from them either.

Weaknesses:

While I recognized this before I decided on the purchase, the 8GB of RAM is quite limiting. Now as I write this review, with only 4 google chrome tabs and the task manager open, the CPU is utilizing 58% of its memory or ~4.5GB from the inherent tasks the PC runs. This could potentially be detrimental if I am writing a research paper that requires me to have all of my references open (can be up to 50 tabs of research I refer back to while writing) in addition to work in my other classes. This is why I would recommend anticipating this and knowing you might want to fill the unoccupied slots. Regarding this, I was wondering if anyone could clarify what the specifications of the RAM the PC uses are so I could fill the unoccupied memory slots in the future.

Additional Comments:

Would definitely recommend if you're aiming for a budget in the ballpark of 1300 because this comes with a keyboard and mouse but you'll want a new monitor if your current one doesn't run above 75Hz (cause there's no point in having a build of this grade and using a mediocre monitor). However, if your overall budget is closer to $1500 you can get the same PC except with 16GB of RAM and an RTX 2060 for $1300 in its current sale price (before the monitor). In general, a super solid PC that I anticipate I'll be using for upwards of 5 years (granted I may upgrade some parts depending on what the system allows to be replaced).
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